06Jul
By: Dan On: July 6, 2017 In: Translation Comments: 0

It’s easy to think that translation is something to worry about after you’ve got everything written out. But you can save yourself a lot of time — and money — by making your content translation-friendly from the beginning.

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13Sep
By: Dan On: September 13, 2016 In: Languages Comments: 22

The number of people in the US who speak a language other than English has more than doubled since 1980. Here's a look at the ten most spoken languages according to recent census data.

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01Sep
By: Dan On: September 1, 2016 In: Translation Comments: 0

Whether you’re filing a patent in another country, responding to international litigation, or simply corresponding with a colleague about a time-sensitive matter, rush translation can help you complete your projects on time.

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26Aug
By: Dan On: August 26, 2016 In: Conferences, Interpreting Comments: 0

If you’ve never hosted a multilingual conference before, you might be wondering how best to arrange interpreting services for the big day (or weekend, or week!). Here are some questions you'll need to address to make the process as easy on yourself as possible.

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26Aug
By: Dan On: August 26, 2016 In: Languages, Translation Comments: 0

From monetary amounts and quotations to questions and exclamations, when it comes to punctuation in other languages, every mark used varies.

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26Aug
By: Dan On: August 26, 2016 In: Interpreting, Technology Comments: 0

What happens if the person reporting a crime, fire or injury speaks a different language than the emergency personnel? In these cases, telephonic interpreting services can quite literally be a life-saver.

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22Aug
By: Dan On: August 22, 2016 In: Interpreting Comments: 0

Whether you need consecutive or simultaneous interpreting, having an interpreter present at your meeting, conference or trial allows for the most accurate interpretation. Sometimes, though, arranging an in-person interpreter just isn’t an option.

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17Aug
By: Dan On: August 17, 2016 In: Conferences Comments: 0

Whether you set up your own equipment or enlist a professional conference service team to help you out, this advice will help you make sure your conference recording will be heard loud and clear, including that question from the guy in the back.

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17Aug
By: Dan On: August 17, 2016 In: Localization, Subtitles & Captions, Voiceovers Comments: 0

In today’s video game market, most major releases contain a great deal of spoken dialogue. When it comes time to localize a game for international markets, makers have to decide between two major techniques for converting spoken dialogue into a new language: Dubbing and subtitling.

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